LOOK: This Cafe in Negros Occidental Lets You Dine with a View of the Mountains

Feel the cool ~*probinsya*~ vibes!
by | January 05, 2023

Now that the new year has just begun, it’s the perfect time to map out your travel plans for the year. If you find yourself visiting the beautiful province of Negros Occidental, there’s a rustic cafe in Talisay City that’s worth adding to your itinerary. Take a look!


Selloum Cafe

Once you step inside Selloum Cafe, it feels like entering a nature paradise. The cafe’s structure is reminiscent of beautiful nipa huts, accentuated by nipa grass and bamboo wood. Diners can feel the cool, relaxing air because Selloum Cafe has large open windows and is surrounded by lush mountains. 

Selloum Cafe’s serene yet lively atmosphere fosters spontaneous and heartwarming conversations. While waiting for your meal to be served, feel free to walk around the spacious property. There’s a hammock where you can sit and admire the marvelous view. Or better yet, take some photos for the ‘Gram!



The menu

Whether you’re swinging by for a hearty brunch with friends or want food and picture-perfect scenery, Selloum Cafe has flavorful thirst quenchers and dishes that will keep you coming back for more. 

For starters, they serve drinks like Pure Tablea Hot Chocolate, Selloum Iced Coffee, Buko Pandan, and Affogato to enjoy while chatting with your loved ones in between fun stories. 

Craving for some snacks? They have them, too! You’ll find a delicious meal or two on the menu, like Pork and Vegetable Lumpia with Cucumber Vinaigrette, Ibus Tsokolate, or Kamote Fries. 


Visit their Facebook page to see their menu offerings. 


Reservation and policies

Walk-in guests are welcome, but the cafe encourages visitors to book a reservation. You should provide your estimated time of arrival, estimated time of departure, and the number of people coming in, among others. Guests also need to pay a non-consumable entrance fee. See their general policies below:

Location and operation hours

Selloum Cafe is located at Sitio Mambucano, Brgy. Cabatangan, Talisay City, Negros Occidental. The cafe is open from Tuesdays to Sundays, from 9 AM to 7 PM. 


For more information, visit Selloum Cafe’s Facebook page


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Edgardo loves to write. When he's not busy staring at a blank document, you can find him drawing illustrations or eating fried chicken.

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